Volley and Southern Comfort team up to give away a free pair of shoes with limited edition packs

No matter which way you look it – a free pair of Volleys when purchasing a 10 pack of 375ml Southern Comfort and Cola or a free 10 pack of Southern Comfort when purchasing a pair of Volleys; Southern Comfort and Volleys have a pretty cool collaboration going until June 30th 2019.

When entering a unique code online that can be found inside each special carton, you’ll get to choose whether your fresh Volley International Canvas kicks (RRP $42.99) are the classic white on white or the iconic green and gold two-tone. “Southern Comfort & Cola cans are already a crowd favourite at Aussie gatherings thanks to the approachable and easy-drinking taste. Heading out of Summer, we wanted to give Aussies the chance to slip into some new kicks and enjoy a couple of drinks with some mates. Volley are the perfect partner for our brand, with their retro-cool factor and instantly recognisable designs,” says Southern Comfort’s Senior Brand Manager, Emma Fogarty.

Volley Marketing Manager, Samuel Despotidis continues, “Like Southern Comfort, Volley has gone through somewhat of a reinvention in the last few years injecting a new look and feel, new styles and a refreshed online presence boosted by some famous supporters propelling Volley back in to the spotlight. While there has been change, the iconic brand continues to be engrained in Australia’s very DNA. Volley is more than a shoe, it’s a part of Australian folklore, much like Southern Comfort is rooted in New Orleans.”

Following such a positive reaction from consumers, the offer has been extended until June 30th 2019.

Consumers can share their Southern Comfort & Cola and new Volleys by tagging @southerncomfortau and @volleyaustralia #southernxvolleys. Specially marked 10 x 375mL can packs of Southern Comfort Original & Cola 4.5% ABV. RRP $39. Available at participating independent retailers. You can head HERE for more information on the promotion.

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Lachlan Mitchell

Since 2011, Lachlan has been a staff writer, photographer and videographer for the AU review. He contributes across every vertical of the site and creates pieces that incorporate a mix of writing, photography and video with portraits, drone sequences, time-lapses and video interviews.